FCW Workshop: Health IT Featuring Ben Cushing from Red Hat

Protect the Privacy of Patient Data by Adopting Zero Trust Security

More and more health organizations are looking to improve their IT infrastructure to alleviate burdens created by the pandemic. As Federal Healthcare agencies continue to digitize, it is crucial they have secure technology to protect patient data.

With zero trust security, all users must be authenticated and authorized to guarantee data privacy. In the resources, Red Hat’s Federal Health expert Ben Cushing examines how zero trust security can help healthcare organizations protect patient data against ransomware and other malicious attacks.

“As you begin to apply zero trust, you find [that] … the smaller the service, the less surface area there is to attack, and the more granular your authorization policy can be.”

— Ben Cushing, Field CTO, Federal Health, Red Hat

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